Accra Hearts of Oak have kept a keen interest in coach Milovan Cirkovic, head coach of AshantiGold and coach Samuel Boadu of Medeama sporting club. The two are currently engaged but the club is willing to go extra mile to appoint one of them.
Coach Milovan Cirkovic
The Serbian tactician is seen as a like for like replacement for his fellow countryman. His handiwork at the miners has really caught the attention of some officials of the capital-based club. He took over AshantiGold with few days to the commencement of the ongoing campaign. Upon arrival, he took matches step by step until having a full understanding and appreciated of his club.
His builds a team which plays attractive football, combined with free scoring instincts. He continues to deliver in the midst of some sort of experimentation.
If he joins Hearts, he is anticipated to make an instant hit at the club, as he has tasted the league and knows dynamics of the local league.
He is also regarded as a gaffer who can instill discipline in the team both on and off the pitch.
Officials at Hearts believe they have to be fully geared up, since the expatriate is under contract. Negotiations, according to them, ought to commence as soon as possible to stabilize the team. The experience gathered in the so far, will be useful to the club, as some see him.
Coach Samuel Boadu
For some years running, the budding coach has attracted interest from followers of the local game. As the head coach role has become vacant at Accra Hearts of Oak, some
Accra Hearts of Oak are fully convinced that the time is due to snatch Samuel Boadu from Medeama. They regard Moses Parker, Medeama president, as a person who will not drag issues in releasing him to the Oak tree.
Even though Medeama did not have a good start to the league, Hearts of Oak recognize how he has managed to guard the team through thick and thin.
When snatched, some Hearts officials believe he will bring back smiles on the faces of the innumerable faithfuls.
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